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SHORTS By LONG _________________________ _____ i ALUMNI BAND MEMBERS, num bering 25 strong, presented the Sat urday night band concert last week before a large and enthusiastic au dience. In fact the idea turned out to be such a good one, that it may be carried out each year. Nostalgic memories of bygone school days were brought to mind as these for mer band members paraded around the square preceding the concert with Joan Rodrian in the lead. Band director Marvin P. Wood presented each member" as well as the four former band presidents, Amy Bow en, Martha Sanford, Joan Rodrian, and Walter Colley. One selection, “Old Comrades”, was dedicated to Charles Tarleton. THOSE TAKING PART in the con cert and the classes represented are as follows: 1939—George and Don nadene Walkenshaw and Mabel Walters 1940—John Kirchner 1941 -—Jack Wilson and Martha Sanford 1942—Myron Merry, Joan Rodrian and Bob Bowen 1943—Mabel Mul bach 1944—Bill Archer, Bud Ral ston, Melba Rutherford, Erma Gray, Jane Morgareidge, Betty Faye San ford, Amy Bowen, and Eileen Pick enpaugh 1945—Walter Colley, Mar tha Clark, and Irene Marquis 1946 —Clyta Musser, Nancy Barnhouse, Donna Lee Smith, and Ruth Brown. PRESENT BAND MEMBERS are enjoying their annual two weeks band camp at the fairgrounds, with Chauncey-Dover band also repre sented to swell the total number to 93. Director Marvin P. Wood is in charge of the camp with his sister, Mrs. Grace Wood Huffman in charge of the girls. Expenses are being shared by both bands with each furnishing band mothers to help with the cooking and work. Lucille Fowler is head cook, assisted by Mrs. Elizabeth Estadt and Mabel Parks of Caldweli, and four ladies from Chauncey. On Monday, all the Caldwell band members were mea sured for new uniforms to be order ed from the C. E. Ward Co. of New London. COMPLETE LIST of the Caldwell kids attending the camp are: trom boniums—Donna Gail Brown, Bob McGinnis, Donna Jean McDonald, Mary Nelson, Glenna Gould, Doi is Craft baritones—Georgianna Rice, Mary Louise Ditch, Nancy Secrest, Lois Johnson basses—Dave Merry, Charles Fogle, Joe Bigley, Carlos Murrey, Virgil Tilton, Eddie Ditch, Darrell Koons saxophones—Mary Jane Farley, Ruth Annette Smith, Lois Roberts, Jane Frederickson, Connie Sklenar, Charlene Harris, drums—Tom Zimmerman, Rodney House, Bill Semon, Martha Mae Estadt piccolo—Joan Ackley bell lyre—Janet Pickenpaugh trumpets —Dorothy Rucker, Jimmy McGreg or, Tad Young, Luke Young, Dor othy Wycoff, Dave Huprich, Patty Weekley, Nancy Williams, Charles Douglass, Rebecca Shroyer, Dorothy Weekley, Bonnie Waite, Harley Fowler drum major—Elsie Dowler. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE for Cald well High School now includes nine games, five at home and four away, as follows: Sept. 13—Marietta Re serves, H. Sept. 20—Crooksville, A. Sept, 26—Philo, H. Oct. 4—New Lexington, A. Oct. 10—New Con cord, H. Oct. 18—Parkersburg Little Reds, A. Oct. 25—Glouster, A. Oct. 31—Roseville, H. Nov. 11—McCon nelsville, H. ELSEWHERE in the league, we find New Lex going ahead with lights for their football field and other improvements to cost approximately $5,000. Their lighting system will be similar to that of Caldwell with their booster club also backing the project. AT CROOKSVILLE, Ray Osbourne has been replaced as coach by Henry Schroph for the coming year. Other league teams will hate to see Os bourne go, since they would like to get revenge sometime for the mer ciless drubbings handed out by his football teams the past two seasons. McConnelsville win find Joe Rich once again at the head of the athletic department, replacing Jim Vollmer who has acepted the coach ing duties at Dresden high schooL ROSEVILLE is likewise making a K .bid to come up with a challenging team. Two former Muskingum boys have been signed up for football and basketball coaches. John “Red" Smith, member of the 1939 Muskie Ohio conference champs will handle football, while Mike LoPresti, all Ohio forward in 1943, will coach basketball. SHORTS—One section of the ser vice board in the courthouse park will be left standing to carry the Caldwell football schedule for the season Wood and Dyer were busy last week weeding and mowing the thin catch of grass on the foot ball field .With careful nursing and a little luck, enough grass may push through for this year New cupboards and built-in sinks have been constructed in the home eco nomics rooms at the high school Ralston’s drug store has added several new counters with modern booths scheduled to follow shortly Ralph Craft takes the prize for the most unusual vegetable grown this year, a tomato with a perfect set of curved horns on each side Lena Alter is the proud recipient of an autographed edition of “Hail to the Jeep” by Wade Wells, former Noble County boy It's,said that Melba Pickenpaugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Pickenpaugh, has ^.tended eight years of grade school four years of high school, and two years *of college, without being ab- Deaths MARRIED AT FULDA MRS. RUPERT E. MICHEL Pictured above is Miss Irene Rohrig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rohrig, of Fulda, whose marriage to Rupert Michel, east of Caldwell, was a recent social event. The nuptials were exchanged in the St. Mary’s Catholic church, Fulda. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Michel, this community. sent or tardy a single time. Some record, that is Dave Stellfox has installed a new-fangled juke box with amplifier in front of the store, that’s making quite a hit with the younger set Seemed like every one was going camping last week— band camp. 4-H camp, Bethesda camp—and after that just three weeks uitil school starts. O. K., I quit FRANK MILLER Frank Miller, 85, died Sunday at 6:30 p. m. at the home of his sis ter, Mrs. Elza Triplett, Batesville, following a two weeks’ illness. He was born in Noble county, the son of A. J. and Margaret Shuman the only survivor. His wife, a brother and two sisters proceeded him in death. Funeral services were held Tues day at 1:30 p. m. from the Eberle funeral home by Rev. A. A. Gil more, pastor of the Quaker City Methodist church. Burial was made in the Batesville cometary. MRS. ADDIE BOORD Mrs. Addie Boord, wife of Thomas Boord, Marietta, died in Memorial hospital, Marietta, Tues day night. She was suffering from a heart attack and pneumonia. The body was brought to the McVay Schilling funeral home in Dexter City, where it remained until the hour of the funeral. Funeral ser vices were held in the New Har mony Baptist church, South Olive, with Rev. David A. Doan, officia ting. Burial was made in the cemc tary at Bartlett, Ohio. In addition to her husband, she is survived by two children, Ellery Boord, of Dexter City, and Mrs. Glenna Luke of the home, and two grandchildren, Patricia and Nancy Jean Boord. A sister, Mrs. Elizabeth McPeek and several brothers re side in West Virginia. MRS. LILLIAN EYSSEN Mrs. Lillian Tilton Eyssen, for mer Caldwell resident, died Wed nesday in a Newark hospital follow ing illness. Mrs. Eyssen was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Luther Tilton and was born south of Caldwell, where she spent all her earlier life. She taught school for many years in Noble county and Maple Heights, Caldwell. Surviving are a son and two daughters, Elmer Eyssen, of Bruns wick, Mrs. Ethel Ruffner, of New ark, and Mrs. Vesta McCall, of Worthington, and several grand children and great grandchildren. A sister, Mrs. Abbott Wagner, of Crooked Tree is also surviving. Funeral services were held at 2:30 last Thursday afternoon, foll owed by burial in the Olive ceme tary. PHILLIP D. STARR Phillip D. Starr, 79, died at 9 p. m. Wednesday at his home on the Barnesville Temperanceville road. Born in Noble county, he was the son of Wesley and Christine Bower sock Starr. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Keylor Starr, and the following children, Carl of the home, Mrs. Pearl Carpenter, Mrs. Christine Hannahs, Quaker City route Mrs. Mabel Wisterman, Alton, Mo., Miss Kathryn Starr, St. Clairsville and Mrs. Lucas, Barnesville route. The body was removed to the Eberle funeral home in Quaker City. MISS INEZ DANFORD Miss Inez Danford, 63, daughter of the late Samuel and Elizabeth Young Danford, died at the home ol Mrs. and Mrs. Lemuel Moore at Sarahsville, at one o’clock, Satur day morning. Although Miss Dan ford had been in failing health for some time, her death was unex pected at this time. Surviving' are two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Danford Neuhare, Hermose, Calif., formerly of Caldwell, and Mrs. Fannie Ulrich, of Chicago, Illinois. MRS. JENNIE DAILY Mrs. Jennie Daily, 84, of Dresden, died Sunday morning at the home cl her niece, Miss Anna Kackley, South Zanesville, following a heart attack. A native of Noble county, Mrs. Daily was a daughter of Elias and Susan Kackley, Mrs. Alta Davis, of Spruce street, is a niece of the de ceased. Funeral services were held Tues day and interment made at Dres den. dr. ii. b. Lowry Dr. II. B. Lowry, 83, well known in Noble county, died at his home in Senecaville Saturday afternoon, fol lowing a short illness. Dr. Lowry who was a dentist for 62 years, was believed to have been one of the eldest practicing dentists in Ohio until stricken ill seven weeks ago. Funeral services were held Tues day from the home with Rev. A. Dale Sowers, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, ofiicating. In terment was made in the Seneca ville cemetery. Surviving are his wife and three children. KEV. WILLIAM SMALL Friends and relatives in Caldwell have been notified of the death of Mrs. William Small, the former Leora Lovena Cunningham, which occurred at her home near Carroll ton, Wednesday morning, July 31. She was 57 years old. Mrs. Small was born at South Olive, the daughter of Francis G. and Frances J. Cunningham. She was married to William E. Small at Caldwell on November 3, 1907. Sur viving are her husband, two sons, Francis J„ of Sherrodsville, Robert D. of Carrollton route 3, three daughters, Mrs. Fern Workman of Canton, Mrs. Maurine George of Carrollton route 3 and Marjory of the home. There are ten grandchil dren, one sister, Mrs. J. J. Addis of South Olive and several neices and nephews. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock and interment made in the Scraggs field cemetery. Rev. Ball of Pittsburg, Pa., Rev. Wright and Rev. York of Carrollton efficiated. Rev. York is formerly of Caldwell and knew the Small fam ily when they resided in this com munity. Mrs. Small was active in church Bible class and president of the Mis sionary society. HOMECOMING PLANNED A homecoming at the East Union church is being planned for Sun day, August 18. 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